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THE IRON INDUSTRY.
TABLE XXII-G. • Output of the Principal  Coal Fields of the United States in 1902.
Field.	Product ; tons.	Per cent, of total.
	173 274 861	66.6
	46.133,034	17.7
Western ...........................	20,727,495	8.0
Rocky Mountains .................	16,149,545	6.2
Pacific Coast .....................	2,834,058	1.1
Northern ..........................	964,718	0.4
		
Total .............................	260,083,701	100.0
		
TABLE XXII-H.
Output of Bituminous Coal in Pennsylvania in 1902 and the Amount Used for Making Coke.
County.	Total coal mined; tons.	Amount coked ; tons.
Fayette ..................	19,613,161	11,768,503
Westmoreland ....... . ......	19,127,91)4	6,730,373
Allegheny ...............	12689,225	
Cambria .....................	10,942,496	946,183
Washington .................	9,216,267	3,934
Clearfield ...................	7,462,682	291,838
Jefferson ....................	6,474,764	1,314,165
Somerset ....................	5,957,751	74,216
Indiana .............. ........	2,043,140	194,021     •
Armstrong ..................	1,920,584	
Others ......................	7,669,204	371,075
		
Total ....................	103,117,178	21,694,308
		
Pennsylvania Coke Districts.
3STo. 1.—Connellsville: The County of Fayette and the southern half of Westmoreland.
Pittsburgh: Vicinity of Pittsburgh, the coke being made from coal brought down the Monongahela River.
No. 2.—Reynolds and Walton: Ovens on the Rochester and Pittsburgh Railroad, the Low Grade Division of the Allegheny Valley Railway, and the 2STew York, Lake Erie and Western Railway.
No. 3.—Upper Connellsville: Around and north of Latrobe, the coal being different from the deposit farther south.